Posting Date: December 3, 2012

 

 

Art students participate in Indian Cultural Festival
Activities celebrate Indian holiday Diwali


The Indian art of henna is demonstrated.


Kennesaw State School of Art and Design students recently had the unique opportunity to participate in the Indian Cultural Festival, sponsored by the Indian Faculty and Staff Association (IFSA), on Nov. 16. Students in Sandra Bird's Intercultural Curriculum class provided art activities that related to the Indian holiday Diwali, popularly known as the "Festival of Lights."

 

Activities included drawing with henna patterns, creating Diwali tin can lanterns and participating in a group Rangoli drawing. While attending the event, students donned Indian clothing and were able to watch traditional and contemporary Indian dances, receive henna adornment on their hands and enjoy Indian cuisine.

 

Students demonstrate how to make Diwali tin can lanterns.

Photos by Sandra Bird

 


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